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Transcribed letter from Andrew Inglis Clark to Edward Ivey

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Clark, Andrew Inglis 1891 , Transcribed letter from Andrew Inglis Clark to Edward Ivey , University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection.

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Abstract

Clark Letter to Edward Ivey.
The 'Ted' in the letter is Edward Ivey, a close friend of Clark's from the 1870s. Ivey was an active member of the Minerva Club.
Ivey, a grocer, was active in Hobart mercantile life. A degree of defensiveness shown by Clark in a letter which implies that Ivey, to whom Clark clearly seeks to justify himself, was a democrat in some emphatic sense. Other letters from Ivey to Clark confirm close personal friendship and some kind of link between Ivey and the Clark family.
C4/C 218

Item Type: Other
Authors/Creators:Clark, Andrew Inglis
Keywords: tasmania, van diemens land, hobart, politics, Andrew Inglis Clark, Minerva Club, Australia, constitution
Publisher: University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection
Collections: Andrew Inglis Clark Collection
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